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Which of the following situations best describes the good faith exception to the exclusionary rule?
 
  A) An officer knowingly seizes evidence improperly, but asks forgiveness of the court later.
  B) An officer lies to a citizen about having a search warrant, and seizes evidence based on that.
  C) An officer believes he is acting correctly under the rules of evidence, but is actually incorrect.
  D) An officer believes the suspect is truly guilty, and seizes evidence without a warrant.
  E) An officer forgets to Mirandize a suspect.
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